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Have you registered for Auckland's ITx conference yet ?

30 Sep 14

Three key technology industry associations have joined forces to launch a new conference called ITx. The inaugural conference is kicking off on 8th October in Auckland.

ITx is three conferences in one; combining the successful IITP and CITRENZ national conferences with the re-launch of the Computer Science Association's conference; establishing the broadest and largest non-vendor general IT conference in New Zealand.

To find out more about the three industry associations behind the conference click here.

ITx focuses on innovation, technology and education and brings IT professionals, decision-makers, leaders and academics together under one roof. This is a conference like no other: where industry, academia and government come together to network, learn and engage.

Over 60 speakers are presenting across the three jam-packed days.

With blockbuster keynote addresses from:

- Greg Cross of kiwi success story PowerByProxi

- Mary Quin the CEO of Callaghan Innovation

- Sir Ralph Norris ex-CEO of AirNZ, ASB Bank and CBA

- John Hosking the Dean of Science at Auckland University

- Peter Dengate Thrush internet governance expert from the USA

And many more keynote speakers detailed here.

Alternative see the full programme here.

Registrations for ITx are now open. Places are very limited - we strongly recommend securing your place today to avoid disappointment.

For more information about registering, click here.

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